- 9 years ago
To say that the music industry moves quickly is a vast understatement—as a rule, an artist who’s off his grind for any length of time will return to find his spot taken by the latest Next Big Thing. Dipset veteran Cam’ron, however, is an exception; though he took a two-year-plus hiatus from the game shortly after the release of his fifth studio album, Killa Season, fans and media continued to discuss his whereabouts and anticipate his triumphant return to the spotlight.
Earlier this month, listeners learned that their prayers were soon to be answered; Killa Cam lit the fuse on his long-awaited comeback with “I Hate My Job,” a recession-friendly lead single that couldn’t have come at a better time. The May 5th release of Crime Pays, also set to include newly-released street single “I Used to Get It In Ohio,” is only the beginning of a big year for the industry vet—by the time 2010 rolls around, he plans to have released his new movie, Killa Season, the film’s soundtrack, an